Jake Lowary spotted flooding at the corner of Natchez Trace and West End. The street was "literally overflowing. Busting up manholes," Lowary said on Twitter. Jake Lowary/SUBMITTED, USA Today Handout Severe thunderstorms moved through Middle Tennessee on Tuesday afternoon, bringing heavy rain, lightning and small hail to the region. All major weather warnings over Nashville and northern Middle Tennessee had exprired by 8:30 p.m., although residents were warned to stay weather aware. A small possibility of flash flooding remained possible on Tuesday evening. Power outages in Nashville A tree was felled in Nathan Douglas’ front yard during storms on Tuesday afternoon in Nashville. Douglas snapped the photo around 3:25 p.m. in his front yard on Fieldcrest Dr in Crieve Hall. The Nashville Electric Service reported more than 4,500 customer outages remained around 8:30 p.m., a number which had been steadily dropping as the storms moved out of the area. The second round of storms that moved through after 5 p.m. hit a department already attempting to restore power to thousands, and the heavy rain, […]